At this summer’s OCCCO Leadership Summit, OCCCO leaders sat together to brainstorm how to build power as an organization through voter registration, education and mobilization. Folks recognize that in so many cases, just getting people together to talk about issues isn’t enough; if we want to have a significant impact and reach the ears of our elected officials, we need more voters who share our values. Leaders across the county have begun to develop strategic plans, build allies, and talk with community members about voting in 2012.
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